Blue Balliett’s sequel to Chasing Vermeer, The Wright 3 (Lexile 870, CCSS suggested for grades 4-5) are sixth-graders Petra, Calder, and Calder’s friend Tommy. The three are drawn into another mystery when a famous landmark, Frank Lloyd Wright's Robie House, is in danger of being destroyed. Petra and Tommy must put aside their differences and learn to work as part of a team. Unexplainable accidents and ghostly happenings at the house draw the Wright 3 into danger while solving the mystery. Help your students meet rigorous CCSS by giving them books at appropriate Le xile levels that are engaging and fun to read. Meets these CCSS: RL 4.1, RL 5.1, RL 4.2, RL 5.2, RL 4.3, RL 5.3, L 4.4.c, L 5.4.c, W 4.1, W 5.1.
This book unit created by My Reading Resources includes
14-page student packet with short answer questions, vocabulary work, discussion questions, and writing prompts that meet several CCSS
glossary to make and use for defining targeted vocabulary words
worksheet for understanding theme
vocabulary matching quiz
vocabulary cards for matching words/definitions
word wall vocabulary cards
a fun code-breaking worksheet
printable Latin dictionary foldable
Latin root words/worksheet
multiple-choice review quiz (easy to grade!)
links to websites for fun with pentominoes
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